The Doctors: 3-In-1 Ultra Regenerating Facial
Dr. Andrew Ordon suggested a non-surgical approach to getting a more youthful facial appearance. You don’t have to go under the knife or resort to a facelift to keep your face and skin looking young and beautiful.
This is a 3-in-1 Ultra Regenerating Facial. Dallas Port is an Aesthetician at Four Seasons Los Angeles, and she showed the three steps of this facial treatment.
The Drs: Microdermabrasion
The first part is Microdermabrasion, done with an electrical micro current to shock off layers of dead skin.
The Doctors: Red & Blue Light Therapy
This device goes into the grooves of facial wrinkles. A red light stimulates collagen, while the blue light kills bacteria.
The Drs: Infusion
Finally, a lotion is applied to the face and smoothed into the skin, like icing on a cake.
The Drs: Skin Regenerating Facial
Dr. Andrew Ordon said it won’t have the same effects as facial surgery or more drastic procedures, but it’s not as invasive and good skin maintenance can keep your face looking healthy.
Dr. Ordon showed some Before And After pictures, and he recommended regular treatments to maintain a youthful glow.
Dr. Bill Dorfman: TMJ & Jaw Pain
Dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman explained that TMJ jaw pain can be excruciating. If you’ve ever had a toothache, I’m sure you can agree that it can be unbelievably irritating. 10 million Americans suffer from TMJ disorders.
The Doctors: TMJ Dos & Don’ts
Dr. Dorfman shared some tips for managing your jaw pain.
Don’t Chew Gum
Gum and chewy foods will make pain worse.
Don’t Cradle The Phone
Holding the phone between your shoulder and chin can aggravate your condition.
Don’t Sleep On Your Stomach
Don’t sleep on your stomach, with your head twisted to on side. But that’s how I sleep!
Don’t Lie On Your Back
Don’t lie on your back while reading or watching TV, with your head at a sharp angle. I guess we are supposed to lie on our sides?
Do Get A Custom Mouth Guard
Your dentist can customize a mouth guard for you. They’re more expensive than the generic ones, but Dr. Dorfman said it’s worth the investment.